VIDEO: A soccer player brutally attacks a referee from behind in Argentina


Aug 2, 2022 20:51 GMT

The events occurred during a regional league match played last Sunday in the province of Buenos Aires.

A player named Cristian Tirone, from the Garmense Sports Club, brutally attacked the referee Dalma Magalí Cortadi from behind during a game of the Tres Arroyos regional soccer league played last Sunday in the Argentine province of Buenos Aires, as can be seen in a video broadcast by local media.

The recording shows how a group of people, including several police officers, forces the athlete to leave the field of play against his will, at the same time that a teammate of his confronts an agent.

Also, the images show a repetition of the exact moment of the attack: Tirone comes running from behind and punches the victim in the head, causing her to fall onto the grass. The other two referees immediately go to the soccer player to separate him from the referee, while she stands up by her own foot a few seconds later.

Cortadi explained andn one interview that the events occurred after she called a foul for the rival team when Tirone’s team was leading 2-1, ensuring that nothing else happened to cause such a reaction.

banned for life

He also explained that he ended up under observation in a hospital due to a blow to the head and bumps and scrapes on his arms and that they did CT scans. Once he was discharged, he went to a police station to file a complaint. “Now I have to be strong, because she left me sore,” she declared.

“He is a person who is violent, he must also do it in his daily life,” said the 30-year-old woman. “A normal person doesn’t do this. no person deserves thisWe are not going to get hit. I hope he pays for what he did,” he added.

After what happened, the Garmense Sports Club suspended for life to Tirone, 34 years old. For its part, the Argentine Football Association (AFA) condemned “strongly” the aggression. Likewise, he declared that they will do everything possible so that these “aberrant events are not repeated” in any other court in the country.

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Source: Actualidad

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